Australia news LIVE: Victoria records 567 new local COVID-19 cases, one death as state’s roadmap sparks concerns; south-west Sydney outdoor restrictions eased

In case you missed it, the Victorian Health Department released several new COVID-19 exposure sites overnight – most of them in Melbourne’s northern suburbs and country Victoria.

Keilor Primary School was listed as a tier-1 site with three different listings between 9am and 4.20pm on September 14, 15 and 16, meaning patrons who were there at that time should get tested immediately and quarantine for 14 days from the date of exposure.


In Caroline Springs, in Melbourne’s west, the prep to year 12 school campus of the Australian International Academy was listed as tier 1 for September 14 and 16.

Mernda YMCA Early Learning Centre is also a tier 1 site, from 6.30am to 3.30pm on September 13. And in Brunswick, the Royal Stacks hamburger outlet has been designated tier 1 for September 10, 11 and 12.

There were more than a dozen tier 2 sites listed overnight, with contacts in this category directed to get tested urgently and isolate until you have a negative result.

They include a chemist, supermarket, veterinary surgery, service station and fish and chips outlet in Kyneton, in central Victoria.

The full list of exposure sites can be found here.

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